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E. O. PUBLISHING C
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1S88.
llE2i.r(Tr Monday night In Odd Tel
rjrr.N' mi aiteu no. as, n. a. m
"V .it. irr i nrK or cncn niuiiiu, nv liov
I BU i.UtuVr. n. P.! K. It, CLOIT0.1
IftHK LOWK NO. M. A. K. AA.M
C."3 .n tM. econd mid fourth Mori
n, r. M.J W. E. t oTWIWK, Hccretary.
t .. . nr.MI Vlt PI . t- .7
lilwUll nii jruirio mm i
Iklrd Manaaya P men aouiu at
click! . T. j. Million, W. M.j It. Ai-
r. . .Ani If Vfl. U4.A. U. IT. W. Meet
nrT"rda7 night at tht Knglne
UXAUDDOK NO. 32. 1. O. O. K. Me.U
I it try muniiir 1 'tt I,
. a l mil rilDPl . ni .
I A V it nn tha ircoml and lut
I .... -I ...li mnntli. at 7l.m n'rlnob
ITlTMo.ie,C. l'.i B. B. HltAHOi,Hrlb.
n r. Ileetaths flnt and third Tliura
hRMOXY LOUGH NO. 21, K. Of P.
-ui.i.in .)! Fellowa Hall every Tue.
I...,lr al 7:30 O'clock. J. C. IiKASURIC.
'I1. ..r . ...... i .. . .....a 11
;CJ. WUITAail,n. Ui iv.nnu c.
tunv IIDOK NO. 4. K. Or' P. Meet In
EOlJ Fellow'' Hall every Wednesday
iDitt 7:W o'clock. M. Moiikiikaii, 0,
.. . .... i r ii ...... u '
i.NUarlKiU IV. Ul IV mm r.
lifCAItPO.S'IJPOHT. O. A. It,, meets nt
I WhMler'ilfnll every Thursday night.
tWArrLK, uonimunuer, j. m. imwr.N,
bU.V.TUHNKll A CllKWH, ATTOH.
IBt Ji at I.UW, milium 10 mill ivinn.iKiii
B!wk I'euilit'lon, Ort'icon.
IllUAM rAllHONH, ATTORNKY AT
I lav, oniro lloom No. II, Axuocla.
I Block, Pendleton, OroKon.
kXEY A ' IIAMijiltAY, ATTOIINKYH
lit Law. OHIpo Itoonn 1,2, 3nnd I An
nua uhkk, renuieion, urcRon,
rnt A FITZaKllALI). ATTOIINKYH
it Law, IUxiiiih No. ft unci 6, AmocIk
Hock, Pendleton, Oregon.
fTllKAN. ATTOKNKY AT LAW
ibirt ItullilltiK, ovr the lMat'Oltlce.
II JIINOIt. ATTOIINKYH AT LAW.
Otft-over Kiwi Nutlonul Itiiuk, l'cu
r. IIUTCII K It. ATTOUNKY AT LAW,
i rmttrrllle, Oregon. Will priicllre
ort of Oritnii uu'l WiuililnKloii. Col.
lost (promptly Attended lo.
kV8F.T 4 WAOKK, ATTOIINKYH AT
Iav. ltooini H mifl I nf tli a Kajil lint.
Iin" building, comer of JIaIii und Webb
lU. Pendleton, Oregon, ItoomaRnnd
IE, B, hlltTKU, I'lIYHICIAN AND HUH-
i iron, mho, uregon. rive yenm itcee-
ffim aim irivaio practice.
I PA A. K. UIHHIIIN, MKTA-l'H YWICI AN
i "au learner or uuruunn ncieure.
Mitttntlou ulven to rhmiinutlim and
In dUtaet, ConHUllutlnn freo. Clnm
pctlon lot Ii or each 111011111. Ortlco-
p . tmnti floor pt Kant Oreconlan
I 1'cndlf lun. Oregon.
CRISW0I.iT, I'lIYHICIAN ANII HUll-
i"iq uiiire in irvinca urug iiore,
IV-M- I'HUKTT, I'lIYHICIAN AND
1 nron, timcet uver icMirnoue t
Prntort'l atnre. enrner nf .liahnmil anil
titrttu, 1'endleton, Oregon
r-JW. KINO., M, D. OKKICK OVKU
I rnoue A Co.'a atore. IteMldence, on
I''urn near uourt atreeU KeAldeuce.
wnceeonueetwl by telephone with VII
tL tpeclul utlentlon gleu to the
" t aomen und vhlldrrn.
n ii l . ...... . . . . . .......
Iti r?? omcet Main Htreet.lnThomp-l-nk
Building. 1'endleton, Oregon.
uS JAY 1'AINTKH AND I'Al'KK
TIIK WHKAT JltAltKKT.
Main and Alta Sts.
Toys: Bazaar. Fancy Goods.
1888 Santa Glaus Headquarters! 1888
Our Stock is Now Complete in Every Department.
Comi! nnd the I.trKi'Mt mid Flnoet Stock of
Toys and Fancy Goods
in Kaatern Orvgon lit priccH that cannot Ik) lxten.
AulOKrapli A IIiihiib,
Cups und SuuccrH,
Wlilxk llroom Iloldcrri,
1'IiihIi (ioodn tlio tlncat
llnu of tliofo g'oodH in
tlio ruurkct, ut prict'M
that noil tlit'in.
Dolls, Dollrt, DoIIh, from
.'h to r.o.
Iron ttnd Tin Toyp,
Htcutn ItoatH, .
All Klmln of Illockfl,
In fact uvorytlilni; in tho
REMEMBER: We are the Leaders in Our Line.
Utr. Wnrif imiiimllv
" U Wheeler (Ire
k BulMtr, I'tnd'leton, Oregon. OouHtry
' K""""a" rurnUhedon
j.. UI'UJ.S, CAKPKNTKU ANE
"Court and Thompaon atreeU, lvnrtle.
flLa!M RQl'KIl, HLACKWMITH AND
Sfr Oregon., niackHmUU w-rknfU
S.l!, '"" J'Arllcular atteiitlon elv.
The Walla Walla Regulator in
General Merchan ise,
MORE THAN REGULATES THE MERCHANTS.
Menu und IIovh Winter Clothing in grand profusion; Udiee i and MiHwa' GaimentH
jHoim unu o """" -R manifotal.nn .lav's uie. Money refunded
I AXE A ll.ti,v ttrtv.fi r . ltT 4 V
i "'ntcTH, Pendleton, Oregon.
Iiu;.," Incentatreet, uear Court street.
t1UUMfn,nlil...l ..l . II... n.lai
Ita ..iiri Ull luua power, uint"
rioteountry will receive prompt Htten
thtn painfing a aclally.
fcllXlAlt WILKINSON. 1'ltACTIOAL
flock nnd Chronometei Ma
" Iheubove lranche. All work
KtL iStt ,.om-e t Itrlgg'u old atiitd, Main
EK DLPKAT. STONK AND llltICK
iimV' ,'cdletou, Oregon. Tomb-
Jl.BlinVr """"miieui eiiuiK ii;iiiaii.
It briPiF Pl"terlng, all kludk of atoue
livISf i?10'" executexl reunonably. Jlol
I "-"ck rinproof partltloua.
eoodrt ndt hs recoruinended.
Holds General Auction Sales on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Sixsclal Salen every day in tho woek excejit Bundayu.
Look Out for Christmas Goods I
Mrougerlti New York und ChleiiRii.
CtiiCAtio, Dec. n. Wliint Ktrong, Do
cumlier rlosc.1 ut Ift.Otj Jamwrv $1.04 j
Nkw Youk, Dec. fi. Wheat innrket
to-day Is utrongor. Decvtither fLWi;
Jnntmry l.(Ht6i February 11.077, i
Sak Fuakcimco, Dec. 5. Wheat
quiet. Buyer the year $1.51)6 ; buyer
tho wuHon $1.(X)?. j Dttvtubcr fl.03.
Livf.hi'ooi., Dee. 5. Wheat dull;
California 7m. lOd,
Mora Abont the Ctilne How-Adjudged
Inaane Hworn Out or Cuatody Chlaf
luntle Fuller Will llrrlde.
1'okti.anii. Dec. 4. Ii Yuk, one of
l.io.woiimicu uiiiiiuineti at me liomi a
niarltan HoHpltul, wan interviewed yen
tcrdiiy. IleHJiyHho came from AMorlu
last Satunlav, where he had Ikvii working
In a aaw mill, to kciui IiIm eartiliiLm to lim
loor relatloim in China, lie watt walking
along Second htreet when the Hlimiting
comtiienml, and istaricl to iini, when lie
recelvel a bullet in the liack lust over tho
the right hip. He doex not know who
tired the idiot that struck him, hut known
Hoverat who were wioottng. iiimcoikii
tlon rendenil it almoxt imiHin)lble for him
to talk, and hu wan not c.xcctcd to live
more than twenty-four liotn. The kI!iv
claim that Yek emptied IiIh revolver at
otio oi iiih asHaiiauiM, ami wnen in me net
of rtmniiig away wax Hhot. The otherH
of the trio will probably recover.
WIHIh A. FiKiier, a young man who Iiiih
lieen emplnved tin clerk in nilcv It. A I
len'H mtittlo htoro, wiw adjudged liiHanu
yesterday. The caue of hiM mlnfortuin)
Ih due to tviihold fuver.
A Mm. Klenlou of V'jisi l'ortland whm
criminally arxaultcd. on her way home
hist night by a man named Hkccn, who
prniicrcu Iiih werviceH in Heeing lier Home,
lloth parties are tirnntetl.
Ilarrv Fulton, who wan arn-ntiHl at Ten
dleton bt month for Helling liuiior to In-
diaiiH, Hworo out of cuntixly under fcftinn
101., l(. h., namely, tne t'oor ronvirt
Advice from WnHhiniiton txiv that
Chief Juntlco Fuller will deliver the decix
ion In the ciimo of thu 0. It. Co. vh. the 0.
It. Co. on January 7th. Thin In tlio
(line in wlileli tlio i), I. iv. Co. wan
until and Judgment for damagcx obtained
to the extent of 1 1.000,000. Thin iirinen
nut of the (). It. t N. Co. 'a leanu of the 0.
T. Co.'n Hue. and tho fulluru of thu former
to comply with the teritm thea'of.
TIIK TI.ANSCONTINI.NTAL WINH.
A Virtual llef.at or the Union PavlUe - All
Old Ituiuor Itevlveil,
Nkw Youk, Nov. fi. Tho Injunction
ntilt of tho Uregon fc Tranncontincntal
Company agalnnt tho Oregon Hallway ic
Navigation Uompany wuh (leciitou yenter-
-day in favor of tho plainllir. By thin
uccihiou tnu uregon itauwar i naviga
tion Company in proliiblled from building
branch linen, an well an from lining mo
ney in tlio liuiKin oi a mini company, or
thu proceeds of Oregon Hallway A Navl-
tlon coiiHolldated inortgage boniln, In con
structed of tho brauchcH in iiueHtlon. Ah
the brauchoH were presumably built in
tlio lntereht ol tlio Union ractiicit ih con
nldoreil a virtual defeat of tho latter com
pany. It Ih now reported thut thu Union
hicfflc and thu Noitliern I'ucillc will
Jointly buv'tho O.K. A N. Mock from tho
Oreiron Tninncontlnenuil and no hceuro
control of tho proerty without guaran
teeing iiiviileniiH on tlio iioating miock.
II I O DAM AUK HtllT.
Callfornlana Nurd for Over Two Million
Dollar llarnagea ror Cutting Government
San Fhancibao, Dec 5. A null of tho
United Ktatcc auainnt tho Hhanta Flume
and Timbor Company, for nearly two
and a ipiutler lullltouN of dollarn, un dam
ago for cutting timber on Government
land in Shanta, Jlutto, und Tehama coun-tit-n,
wan commenced in tho United fitutes
Circuit Court to-day.
LKT THKM COMK IN.
CoogreinauKirlnner fHVvra tli Ailmli-
aluii uf Ihn Trrrltorlea, With Ilahotaaa
Wamiiimito.s, Deo. 5, At u Domocratle
cauciiH to bo held Homo titno Ihla week.
Conuretwmau Hpriuger will urge that all
tho Territories bo admitted at once, ac
cording to the provision!) of the bill
which ho reported from tho comuiitteo
dm Territorien lant winter, III bill ad
nitu tho wholo of Dakota un one Htate.
UAUVEAU, PUOPIIIETOIV OK
ittak,Boara l Trade," Oor. Mum and
I..." ftelA. I'amlljf..ti nrmr.wi ITrfMler.
wTj. van sohuyver & CO .
Wine and Spirit Merchants,
G3IFRONTST. - - - POnuwu,---
OTPOn! 5ARD NCH AM PAGNE. (Yellow Label.) Ju dsw 8m
KILLKU IIIH OWN 1IIIOTIIKII,
In a (Juarrel Oter Hair Inllar-Tie Mur
Coi.oniun. Olilo, Iee. 6. At Urhana
lant night Stewart and F.ldrcn Juck,
brothorH, who had l)een throwing dice,
iniarreled aliout 60 wmta, and Ktewutt
druw u revolver and nhot hldreu between
tho oyen. Tho victim, who U aged twenty
two yearn, died in a few hourH. Tho
inurdeicr luw been arrested.
The Chicago Shootlugr I'olleeiiiau Arretted,
Ciiicauo, Dec. 5. I'oltcetnan Cunon In
under arrcat for tho Nhooting and killing
of Mollio Olncn, tho young domentie.
whllo ho was In purnult of u uiMotcd
burglar, fe'unday night. Curon will bo
detained to await the action of tho cor
a notion passaoi:.
A Mteamrr Kncouittera llntl Wenthar He
tneen Port Tiiwimwul and Han I'rau-
San FitANctneo, Doe. n. Tho nleamcr
llinluuton lias arrived from l'ort Town
ncnd, having mado tho roughest passago
oi Iter oxperience. hho canto to tan
Frauciflco in the teeth of a Boutliwcstcrlv
galo, and the atmonphoro wan ho dark
and cloudy that tho steamer had to feel
j her way down.
Outrageoua Treatment or Colored Children
In the Heart or the Solid North.
Fkmcitv, ()., Dec. 5. -Tho oxcIuhIou of
negro chlldron from tho hcIiooIh has
Htirred up u bitter feeling botwoon tho
races hero. TwMitv white citizen" have
been indicted for riot on tho tentlmony of
colored witnensen, and tlio men Indicted
threaten to shoot tho wHiichhch on eight
Hhi.t In Weiuen'a Apurtmenta.
Nkw Youk. Deo. 6. Addle Stanton
and Klla Ilaniuiond, In whonuupartnienlH
rlill I 'illy, u well-known Hurting man,
wun shot lant night, wore arraigned in the
police court this morning. Ualy did not
apMiar, an no ih contineii to iiiHrooin,nnn
is sullering from the efTcctH of tho plntol
shot. The women were remanded. Tho
two men annuitants ure still at large.
A rromln.nt Man HulelUea.
Taov, N. Y., Dec. r. Theodore K.
llalnehurst, trcanurernf the Troy A Al
bany street railroad, suicided yesterday.
I Hh family denies the suicide, und suys
bin death was accidental.
Vatal I'all from a Trnck,
San Josk, Dec. ft. Jo. McDonald foil
from a truck last night, the heavy wheclri
panning over his stomach, from the effects
of which he died this morning.
Killed by a full.
San Fkancihoo, Due. !. James l'owell,
a laborer, fell over a ilO-fcot embankment
in tlio western part of thu city lu?t night,
and was killed.
Small I'm Found on a Steamer.
San Fiiancinco, Dee. 5. Tlio stottuer
Wilmington Iiiih boon placed In iiiaran
Hue. Thomas Duncan, ono of bur Heattlo
pannengers, wus found suirurlng from
Wiirkliigmen'a Strike Ueelded on,
Hiit'snKix. Dee.n. A eencral strlku of
all colliers is about to take place, in tie
curduueo with tho (IccIhIoii of thu work-
Itigiuen'H congrens JuhI held at Chalelot.
llltorlan llaiirroft III.
Wasiiiniiton. Doe. 0. Bancroft, tho
venerable hUtorlan, is siiirerlng from a
i-ovcro cold, and his friends are much
The Huli'in F.lectlon.
Salkm. Or.. Dee. 6. Tho Itepublicans
have curried the city election. Williams,
Ketiublicau, Is elected mayor ny .'.I ma
jority. Small 1'uk In Chlrago.
Ciiicauo. Dec. fi. Several canes of
smallpox have devolopcd In South Chicago.
How Ilia I'realdant'a Metnagn Waa lie-
rehed-Notleeanf Meaiuren tu be Con. Id.
red In th Heuate,
That portion of tho mennago in which
tho I'renldent treats of tho taritr iicti(jii
was listened to attentively by inemlMjrs
of both sides of tho House. Now and
then a nmilo,.tnoro of triuiupli than du
rinlon. would utiiiear upon thu face of
somo cnthunlaMiu ltopublican, but thu
hllenco was not broken until inu cterk
read In u clear volco: "Cuuno for which
buttle In watted and Is comprixed wltliln
linen clearly and distinctly detlned. It
vbould never is) coin iiromineii j it is tnu
peotilo'B cause." Thon tho Democrats
could no longer rcmrain tiioir iceuugn,
and broke into u round of applattno which
was answered by tho Ketiubllcans witn
Tlio Congressmen prominently men-
tinned as Sisaker of thu uuxt llouso ru-
celvod more than usual attention. Kan-
lull of l'ennsv vanla was warmly greeted
anil congratulated at beiug able to l-o
present. During the cull of memlnirn
rrenldent Cleveland ontered tho Kxocu
tlvu gullory and listeued uttentively. The
iihiiul prelitulnury motions wore mado
und carried. Thoro wcro 1237 members of
the House present, und 88 absent, ut roll
111. . .
IntheHona.o Ingalls, in answer to u
(luestlon from Hoar, said thu pending
Ijuiness lor i ueMiay wasiuo lunu uiu.
I'rv miva notico thut he would call up
tlm bill for tho settlement with thu Union
l'acillc railway. Chandler said Dial no
would ask ior action on his resolution to
Invcotk'uto tho Lounluuu eloction of April
LtM, and Allison that' ho would ask the
Scnato to proceed with the Turllfblll, aud
would even (11 tnu iiiacussion pecamo too
protracted) call it up during thu morning
hours of tho session,
What .Might llue Keen.
Tho first babv born in Denver was thu
daughter of u settlor named Harvey, and
sho was Isjrn iu 1H00, urtherealwuts. In
recognition ol Her enturprmo in being
I rn in tho camp, publiu citizens pre
sented Iter witn ull t no taiui in signt oi
her futhcr's cabin. I nfortunately, tho
taxes were never paid, und tho land, now
worth '.000.000, full into other hands.
Tho girl who flrt-t owned ii nil in now a
singer In u variety snow ol mat city.
Now jinst think what might havo Ucn, If
tlio taxes hud boon paid? But such is
life. Somo ure born lucky, others in
Hall McAllister, a celebrated lawyer of
San Francisco, died Saturday ut San
I'roapeeta nut all ao (llnomy rur the Dena
Krom tha New York World.
Tho World does not Nharo the gloomy
forebodiugH uf faint-hearted Democrat
who tiellevo that their party is doomed to
another long period of oxclunlon front
power. On the contrary, it holds that
the prospect of Democratic success in tho
next general election is bright enough 'o
ItiHiiIro thu party with confident coun go
and high 1ioks,
How ((liferent thu situation from what
it wan after thu defeat of 18721 Then the
Democratic candidate. secured but forty
two electoral votes. Tho party was not
only badly beaten, but utterly detnorul
iced. The cnotuieH of Democracy jubi
lantly proclaimed that thu historic old
party was dead, and Homo of its frlenda
woro half-disposed to accodo tho claim.
But in tho very next contest, with it can
didate truly representing tho party and
a platform boldly proclaiming its prin
ciples, it carried thu country, aud waa
only cheated of Its victory by fraud and
In tho late election tho Democratic
candldato for IVesidcut wan defeated by
tho mora lack of a few thousand votes in
thin Statu, mainly due to his own mis
taken and failures. But the Democratic
party carried Now York, tho pivotal State,
for all of Its Statu candidates. It retained
New Jersey und Connecticut, typical
manufacturing States, und gained in
nearly all thu manufacturing centers of
the country. Indiana waa lost by Um
Administration iulliienco, which caused
Governor (Irav to Ih) set nsldo as n candl
dato for Vico-rresident, aud by tho most
wholcsalo und Infamous use of tnonuy
that ever disgraced nn election iu this
Nuttu of thu errors thut cont thu party
so dearly thin year are likely to 1st ro-
pealed In im)'J. mo tariti insuo win m
niadu plain to thu farmers bv that time.
uh It already hud tu tho workmen in
uiauuiactortcH. ino alliances wtucn
(Jen. Harrison will seek In the South nnd
the division of voters there upon thu tar-
Ill Isstto will minimi tlio oilier nugapoo
upon which Iho Ketiubllcans havo rullud.
Tlio rural Bepuhllcuii monnbacks will not
vote again, as they havu Junt dono,
against tho "Southern Brigadiers."
Thai siKMik will Ihi laid long beloro the
next I'renldentlal election.
I lie Democrats party will lo called
back to iKiwur to reform tho tarlll". to ro
nton economical government, to throw
oirthu domination of a plutocracy in
IKillticsaml to thotth Triihtsaud curb the
growing greed of momiH)lies. Thu lto
publican parly can do nono oi tnuno
things. It in tlio servant of thu uvit
forces which must be overthrown, It ro
prusentsund defends tho ubunes which
the people demand shall Ihi refoiuicd.
Thu Democracy lias not been liotter
united in twenty-live years tiiati it is to
day. Nor ban it within that time stood
ior summer principles or a mure opuiar
policy that it now representH, It has
only to keop united and to stand firm
to win In "lour years more" tnu victory
which bad management has junt IohI.
Krom the Yrekajiiurnnl,
Yu understand that a deiiol is to 1st
built at this new town on Klamath river
bv the Southern l'acillc Company, und
that Kluiuiith City Is destined to becomo
ono of Ihtt largest towns in thu county.
Tho corNjrat!ou to build thu mills will de
cide linn week at rortiami, wr., tueir
plans for construction ol mills, lliov ex
pect lo build u stone dam 45 feet high.
and will have In oeratlon next spring
a sawmill capable of cutting lfnJ.OOO feet
of lumlier mr day, to Imj followed with
live more uiillnof the same rapacity, be
sides smaller mills for manufacturing ull
sortH of woodenwum from the slabs and
strips thrown anido by llui largo mills in
making IuuiIht. To test thu mutter of
getting logs down thu river, Bit wero
thrown in ut (lie Oregon boundary line,
aud 111) reached tho locality of Klamath
my, wiiiiout uny nirtiior utieiiiion, tne
river being now ut Its lowest stage, In
.Michigan and Wisconsin tho floating to
mill of 00 iter cunt of tho logs Is con
sldciod very good. With souiti improve
ments ol thu river und Ilia ussistunco oi
men employed to work out tho low
standing, vciy little orccntaga will bn
lout In thu flouting of logs on Klamath
river. During thu winter noaitoti ull tho
tributaries und dry gulches will bo lilled
with logs, so thut w lien thu winter ruins
und freshets come thu logs enn Imj swept
Into tho river, a method very successful
in thu Kant.
In addition to these Improvements a
u new road is being built up tlwt river to
I.Ik l lats, near Mliovol t;reek, joining tlio
l.iukvillo road ut thut KIut, to bring
KaHtern Oregon business to Klamath
City, tho new road being free from thu
troublesomu adolnj So ditlicult for truvel
in tho winter season. When this nuw
city Is established and thu several mills
are In operation, there will bo umplov-
meiit lor probably inwj men, which win
make that city a metrutiolis for tho coun
try surrounding, aud for the Klamath
laiko basin ami other localities in South
ii 1 1...... n ..i... ...,i.i ., ii.. ii...... ...
iiuiii phi. puiu nnuuuv, jiiii iir
member if Harrison wan defeated I was
to marry you, and if Cleveland wuh du
featcd you wore to marry mo." "Yes,"
he tuid in a dejected tones. "Well
Cleveland Is defeated," she conliuuud,
suggunllvely. "I know it. Misfortunes
never come singly. ' and ho got up and
wont out so ho wouldn't smolhor.
Tho olllclul votu of Kentucky Is us fol
lows: Cleveland IfU.ROOO, Harrison 166,y
134, Ubor Or-', Fltik Oi'lio, Bolva Ijc
wood-. - .
Kttact"oaaru:ht- eiu Wlnei, Ud-